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countries as part of its efforts to cut costs. pulling out of pakistan, paraguay and euroguay. reuters suggests the company has been looking for months at other countries, but hasn't yesterday identified them publicly. consumers say 40 of the 100 countries it's in, only three outside the u.s. mexico, south korea, australia count for half of its consumer loans. citi stock in frank fur ticking mildly higher. pretty flat. >> it's a fascinating story for them, though. the global business has been one of the main reasons for its share performance. in any case, the "new york times" says it's been the target of chinese hackers several times in the last four months since the paper published around article on wen jiabao. the family had amassed nearly $4 billion in riches. the times says hackers broke into e-mail accounts, but no sensitive material was accessed. >>> and former program financial ceo russell rusendorf will be sentenced today. he's admitted to losing nearly $100 million pounds and prosecutors are asking for 50 years in prison. a former intel will be sentenced today, as well. she ad
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